Public buses run between Kailua-Kona and Captain Cook in South Kona (one to 1¾ hours) up to 10 times daily except Sunday; one or two also stop at the airport. Buses connect Kailua-Kona with Hilo (three hours) via Wa…
PATH is a nonprofit advocacy group that pushes for more bikeways and foot pathways on the Big Island. Check out their website for an excellent, exhaustively comprehensive breakdown of walking trails and cycling path…
Also called the 'Honu Express,' this tourist trolley makes six daily round-trips between Keauhou and Kailua-Kona. Stops include White (Magic) Sands Beach, Kona Brewing Company, Kailua Pier and various shopping cente…
This new bike share program has three solar powered, credit card friendly kiosks: at Hale Halawai Park, Huggo's On the Rock's and Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel.
Mostly interisland and some US mainland and Canada flights arrive at Hawaiʻi's main airport, 7 miles northwest of Kailua-Kona.
This breezy trolley service makes six trips a day with stops running from central Kailua-Kona to the Keahou resort area.
Full-service bike shop renting high-quality mountain and road-touring bikes.
Get around town like a local, on a moped, scooter or 150cc motorcycle.
Rents well-used hybrid bikes for cruising around town.
Economical if you're in a group. Book in advance.